September 24th, 2018
Central Europe, China, Economy, EU, Germany, Iran, Macedonia, Russia, Syria, UK, Ukraine, US

Syria - Idlib Province and the Future of Instability in Syria, Max Markusen, CSIS
US - ‘America First’ Has Won, Robert Kagan, The New York Times
US/Iran - Assessing the Trump Administration’s Iran Strategy, National Coalition to Prevent an Iranian Nuclear Weapon
US/RussiaThe State of Arms Control with Russia, Andrea Thompson, Under Secretary of State for Arms Control and International Security, Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
US/Russia - The State of Arms Control with Russia, David J. Trachtenberg, Deputy Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Testimony before the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations
US/Russia - How Russia Helped Swing the Election for Trump, Jane Mayer, New Yorker
RussiaPutin’s Dark Ecosystem: Graft, Gangsters, and Active Measures, Brian Whitmore, Center for European Policy Analysis
Russia/ChinaWhy Russia and China Are Strengthening Security Ties, Alexander Gabuev, Foreign Affairs
US/Economy - The housing bubble, the credit crunch, and the Great Recession: A reply to Paul Krugman, Ben S. Bernanke, Brookings Institution
Macedonia - A Five-Letter Adjective Is Shaking Up Politics in Eastern Europe, Yasmeen Serhan, The Atlantic
UK/Central Europe - How Orbán duped the Brexiteers, Anne Applebaum, The Spectator
UK/EU - After Salzburg: How to salvage the Brexit negotiations, Sam Lowe and John Springford, Centre for European Reform
Ukraine - How Pro-Russian Forces Will Take Revenge on Ukraine, Mykola Vorobiov, Atlantic Council
GermanyHow the Alternative for Germany Has Transformed the Country, Der Spiegel

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